El Capital Intelectual: Como Identificar Y Calcular El Valor De Los Recursos Intangibles De Su Empresa by Leif Edvinsson; Michael S. Malone at. El Capital Intelectual by Leif Edvinsson; Michael Malone at – ISBN – ISBN – Grupo Editorial Norma – Synopsis: Uno de los más serios problemas que tiene que enfrentar en la actualidad cualquier negocio es la gran diferencia entre lo que muestra su balance.

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Variables to Use in the Econometric Model. In this sector, the most significant factor over the rest was the intangible factor of human capital, referring to training in product or service quality. The classic approach is centered on the external characteristics of companies, that is, the broader industry and market conditions, maintaining that within economic sectors there are no significant differences in the behavior and results of companies, which allows researchers to focus their attention on the market structure of the industry to determine profits, profitability, value creation, and business growth Ramsey, How to cite this article.

These results reveal the intangible capabilities involved in human capital, such as training and the level of schooling attained by the business owner, which are significant factors in engendering competitive advantages in the short term. The third explains the issues small enterprises face in achieving competitive advantages. It aims to provide statistical information about the main economic characteristics of micro-businesses and the labor conditions of the population involved in them INEGI, The customary transformation consists of dividing the target study variables by the square root of the variances that do not meet the basic assumptions.

The economic literature has played host to debate about various external and internal factors that have an impact on the competitiveness of enterprises in productive sectors.


Another major difference was that in Micro-1, training in business administration was statistically significant, with the second-highest coefficient value of all of the factors studied for Micro Cracking the value code: Intellectual Capital and competitiveness: Micro-enterprises are also the top business sector in job creation, employing Finally, relational capital was defined as whether or not the micro-enterprise had some sort of trade union association.

A total of eight panel data models with random effects were run for each of the four economic sectors considered manufacturing, trade, construction, and servicesand the three sizes of micro-enterprises considered by number of employees Micro-1, Micro-2, Micro-3as well as a general model estimated with all of the data and no division by evaluation criteria.

A controladoria e o capital intelectual: This paper is divided into six sections. Edvinssin the other hand, managers have been receptive to adopt a managerial model for that purpose, if available, and have considered the Controlling Department as the most adequate area to manage such model.

In principle, these works prove that intersectoral differences have a lesser impact on company results than intrasectoral differences.

Ter definido indicadores para mensurar os elementos do Capital Intelectual. The two categories Micro-1 and Micro-2 had some drivers of competitive advantages in common, such as investing in tools, for physical resources, and owner leig, organizational nature, and membership in business networks, for the intangibles. It details the two tests comparing with the P value, as well as the number of observations for the cross section and the time series that comprise the panel structure.

Remarks on the measurement, valuation and reporting odd intangible assets. Structural capital obeys the capacity to systematize organizational processes within the company, so this includes an organizational component systems, supply channels, organization and distribution of knowledgeinnovation protected commercial rights, patents, new productsand processes certifications, production efficiency.

Comparing the general model and the models estimated by economic activity sector, in the manufacturing sector, edvinssin store ownership was statistically significant when it came to tangible resources; by contrast, belonging to a business network, organizational nature, and owner experience were all statistically significant intangible capabilities. It was the start not only of a legendary company but of an entire way of life in Silicon Valley – and, ultimately, our modern digital age.


November 06, ; Accepted: Despite the limitations of the data sources when it came to gathering information from the micro-enterprise sector, five variables were confirmed to evaluate tangible factors and ten for intangible factors. Micro-1, with the only employee being the owner; Micro-2, with two to four employees including the owner; and Micro-3, with five or more employees, including the owner.

The structure of the survey allows the agencies to capture such information as related to productive resources, sectors, activity types, labor force employed and conditions of employment, trainings, and business support received. A few years later inBill Hewlett and Dave Packard were working out of a small garage in Palo Alto, California, building their first product, an audio oscillator.

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Maria Thereza Pompa Antunes. After conducting an exploratory analysis for the dependent variable to determine which atypical data points affected its distribution, box and whisker charts were used to find 62 outliers and clean up the sample, reducing it to 2, With some modifications, they have come to a consensus in grouping intangible capabilities into three categories: Sveiby, Karl ErikLa nueva riqueza de las empresas: Comparing the coefficients obtained with the OLS and GLS combined, there are considerable differences in the parameters that are significant for the two estimation models, so we only analyze the models pursuant to the panel data technique with random effects structure.

Industrial Economics IEunderstood as the application of microeconomic wdvinsson in analyzing the workings of companies, markets, and industries Stigler,studies business competitiveness.